FLEMMING, N. C. (ed.). CBA Research Report 141.
Title: Submarine prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea : Research priorities and collaboration with industry. First Edition, paperback
Publisher:  English Heritage / Council for British Archaeology, York, 2004, ISBN:1902677146x
Seller ID: 113130
FLEMMING, N. C., (ed.). Submarine prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea : Research priorities and collaboration with industry. CBA Research Report 141. (York) : English Heritage / Council for British Archaeology, 2004. First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiii,(3),3-141,(5). Illustrated. Maps. Index. Double Column.4to, illustrated green card covers, lettered in black and white. Verygood. 150.00 Contents : Summaries -- English, French, and German; Preface by David Miles; Section 1. The scope and importance of Continental Shelf prehistory. 1. The wider significance of submerged archaeological sites and their relevance to world prehistory (by Geoff Bailey). 2. The prehistory of the North Sea floor in the context of Continental Shelf archaeology from the Mediterranean to Nova Zemlya (by N C Flemming). Section 2. Submerged prehistoric archaeological surveys. 3. Submerged Stone Age-Danish examples and North Sea potential (by Anders Fischer). 4. The inundated landscapes of thewestern Solent (by Garry Momber). 5. The North Sea project: the first pala eontological, palynological, and archaeological results (by Jan Glimmerveen, Dick Mol, Klaas Post, Jelle W F Reumer, Hans van der Plicht, John de Vos,Bas van Geel, Guido van Reenen, Jan Peter Pals). 6. Submerged Stone Age co astal zones in Denmark: investigation strategies and results (by Ole Gron, Jorgen Skaarup). 7. The implications of prehistoric finds on and off the Dutch coast (by Leo Verhart). Section 3. Systematics, palaeontology, and proxy data. 8. Investigating 'Doggerland' through analogy: the example of Holderness, East Yorkshire (UK) (by Henry P Chapman, Malcolm C Lillie). 9. Palaeozoological heritage from the bottom of the North Sea (by T van Kolfschoten, H van Essen). 10. Biological proxy indicators in buried and submerged site prospection: what is significant? (by Peter Murphy). Section 4. Management and supporting data. 11. Prehistory in the North Sea: questions from development-led archaeology (by Antony Firth). 12. Constructive conservation inEngland's waters (by Ian Oxley). 13. Existing resources of acoustic and se dimentary sample data for analysing the landsacpe for human occupation in the North Sea (by D Long, C Graham, and A Stevenson). 14. Can we manage? (byThijs J Maarleveld and Hans Peeters). Summary of discussions and drafting groups. Conclusions and recommendations. Very good. 150.00